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Dec 5, 2012 12:00am PST
conversation you and i had in williamsburg where you were the chancellor of william and mary which is a part-time job. you told he that there was an agreement among the people who participated from the white house, from cia, from defense, not to talk about it, and it took five minutes. >> five or six hours. >> five or six hours and now we have had two books, a documentary, and soon to be released a major film about it. what is intriguing about it is two things, one is this took place in the decision making at the white house, the preparation by admiral and all of the people who serve under him and his participation, the fact you kept it secret from the pakastanis, and the fact that there was, according to all of these things, some extraordinary woman at the cia who somehow was the person who understood the link to finding out where osama bin laden was in abbottabad, and was a courier, does that make sense to you, have you followed these stories? >> i have followed them. and i mean to be honest about it, what i knew was that there was a team of analysts working this at cia, and that had been
PBS
Nov 29, 2012 12:00am PST
incarceration in america, with patricia williams, michelle alexander, and eugene jarecki. >> i think it is possible to change people's minds about the war on drugs without making it a race issue. in fact, you know, every poll that's been done shows that white americans in particular don't want to hear about race or racial bias or the racial dimension of any issue, let alone mass incarceration on the war on drugs. but i believe we would be making a huge mistake if we were to pursue drug policy reform without talking about the racial dimension of this crisis. because if we do, if we go about our advocacy in a color-blind way and talk just about cost savings and dollars and cents, and the benefits of drug treatment, never address the racial dimention, we will fail to learn the critical sson that this moment in our history has to teach us. marion cotillard, andrew solomon, and a look at incarceration when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. rose: marion cotillard is here. she came to fame with her oscar-winning
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